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The article analyzes the attitude of Russian neo-populist parties — socialists-revolutionaries and people's socialists — to the problem of rights and freedoms of the individual, which they considered a full subject of social interactions and the basis for building a socialist society. It is shown how much the leaders of these parties devoted to the principles of democracy, humanism and good in their program and tactical settings, and how they combined the passion of public struggle and strictdoi:10.5281/zenodo.1488553 fatcat:bsgn2kfhnvgxzfvvmxempk6r3q